The International Management (IM) Division will conduct a Paper Development Workshop at the virtual Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management on Wednesday, August 4, 2021.
Participants will have the opportunity to get candid and developmental feedback from several senior, highly experienced scholars. While priority will be given to junior scholars, all are welcome to apply. Applicants from other fields trying to internationalize their research are also welcome.
Paper Development Workshop Chair
Srividya Jandhyala (ESSEC Business School)
Christina Ahmadjian (Hitotsubashi University)
Daniel Blake (IE Business School)
Jesper Edman (Waseda University)
Elena Kulchina (North Carolina State University)
Jane Lu (City University of Hong Kong)
Dana Minbaeva (Copenhagen Business School)
Klaus Meyer (Ivey Business School)
Anand Nandkumar (Indian School of Business)
Jordan Siegel (University of Michigan)
Markus Taussig (Rutgers University)
Paul Vaaler (University of Minnesota)
Danqing Wang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)
Chris Yenkey (University of South Carolina)
Michael Witt (INSEAD)
Submit the following by May 15, 2021 to the Paper Development Workshop Chair, Srividya Jandhyala at
+ a complete paper (The paper may be a newly completed paper which could use a senior scholar's eye or one that has been rejected and needs guidance.)
Participants will be notified about the acceptance of their submissions by June 15, 2021. Please note that you need to be registered for the AOM conference in order to participate in this Paper Development Workshop.
All paper submissions must fit under the International Management Division's mandate: The International Division of the Academy of Management focuses on content pertaining to the theory, research, and practice of management with a cross-border or cross-cultural dimension. Major topics include: the cross-border management of operations, including multi-country, multi-unit, strategy formulation and implementation; evolving forms and management practices in cross-border business; the cross-border differential impact of cultural, social, economic, technological, political, and other institutional forces on strategies, organizational forms, and management practices; the international competitiveness of firms, industries, and nations; and comparative management studies involving two or more countries.